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World Cup Cricket Live

February 19, 2011 by staff 

World Cup Cricket Live, India (370-4) beat Bangladesh (283-9) by 87 runs. Reread the comment above the opening match of the Cricket World Cup 2011 India Bangladesh as the host. A valiant effort by Bangladesh, but ultimately, they were simply pursuing a total that exceeds them. India 370-4 owes much to the brilliance of Virender Sehwag (175) and Viran Kohli (100no) and it was always going to be a challenge for Bangladesh to approach such a mammoth score. The fact they came in at 87 deserves much credit. Tamim Iqbal (70) and Shakib Al Hasan captain (55) were the main contributors, while Munaf Patel got four wickets for India.
OVER 50: Bangladesh 283 / 9 Hasan Rubel Hossain 29 * 1 *
Over 49: Bangladesh 280 / 9 27 * 0 * Hasan Rubel Hossain
Over 48: Islam in Bangladesh 279 / 8 26 * 0 * Hasan Shafiul
Bangladesh needs more than 90 runs with three wickets and three overs remaining…. all to play for time. Zaheer goes for the whole block. Penultimate delivery and he mixes in a brief fire, hitting a dip Raqibul Hasan right on the headphones, and they get a pass leg. So it’s IPN and off Zaheer Razzak off the ball finals.
For the team of India’s turn to pride cons Shere-e-Bangla. The men in blue need a balm hit Bangla tigers did in 2007 world cup. India had to return too early from the Caribbean through the blow most of Bangladesh. And now is the time to do or die and prove their power in the books.

The first and main task for MS Dhoni is picking up the last eleven for the opening ceremony in Dhaka. He should have thought at the eleventh hour to choose the best batting line up said. The first four can be reserved up to Sachin, Sehwag, Gambhir and Kohli. Yuvraj, Dhoni and Pathan will fill the middle order.

Bangladesh will share their hopes on their left hand opens Tamim Iqbal to acquire a total winning combination. Shaiful Islam and Rubel Hossain will lead the team bowling against the so-called big hitters in the Indian side.

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